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Sister Wives: Janelle Brown Brings Past Boundary Issues to Light

Sister Wives: Janelle Brown Brings Past Boundary Issues to Light

Sister Wives star Janelle Brown reveals something about Meri Brown that can put the first woman of this multiple marriage in a rather dim light. This issue arose while Sister Wives‘ adults were wondering who would get which piece of property on the Coyote Pass.

It seems that in the past Meri Brown didn’t promise much good with sharing space. Now her ‘Sister Wives‘ wife Janelle Brown is worried that this could affect the family again.

It seems that when the original three women shared their home in Lehi, Utah, Meri Brown was a problem. Janelle, Meri and Christine Brown shared their ‘Sister Wives home’ long before Robyn came on board.

Of course, all three women dealt with the small everyday problems that came to light. But it seems that the original Sister Wives matriarch had some borderline problems from the beginning.

Janelle Brown explains that she’s afraid that this kind of thing will resurface. Her concern focuses on the pond on the grounds of the Coyote Pass and which woman will have access to that piece of land.

Sister Wives: Janelle Brown Brings Past Boundary Issues to Light

In spite of the fact that the family eventually fixed the one big house plan, a new issue has arisen about sharing space on the Coyote pass. This has to do with the separate pieces of land on which the Sister Wives want to build.

Janelle does not blame Meri for her former attitude. Nevertheless, she believes that it is something she has to come back to today before she allocates the building plots.

It seems that when the original three women shared their home in Lehi, Utah, Meri Brown was a problem. Janelle, Meri and Christine shared their ‘Sister Wives home’ long before Robyn came on board.

Of course, all three women dealt with the small everyday problems that came to light. But it seems that the original Sister Wives matriarch had some borderline problems from the beginning.

Janelle Brown explains that she’s afraid these things might resurface. Her concern focuses on the pond on the grounds of the Coyote Pass and which woman will have access to that piece of land.

Sister Wives: Meri Shuts Down Right-Of-Way

In the early days of the Sister Wives, Meri, Janelle and Christine all lived in one house in Lehi, Utah. But the three women each had their own ward in that house. Yet it was one house they all shared together. That meant that women, children and husband were all under the same roof.

The family had a lot of young children at the time. So, all these Sister Wives siblings were friends and together all the time. From the way Janelle Brown explained the layout of the house, Meri Brown’s section connected the other two women’s areas of that house. Her section acted as the right side of the road between Janelle and Christine’s house.

So to get from one section of the house to another, they had to be inhabited by the Meri Brown section. Meri Brown did not like this situation, according to Janelle Brown. It seems that her ‘Sister Wives co-wife asked the children not to cut through her place.

Janelle Brown said that Meri Brown created “real hardship” for the rest of the Sister Wives family when she cut off access to her house. Most of the children lived with Christine of Janelle and Meri’s place was in the middle.

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